NAE ResourcesThere are a variety of ways to get involved on World Food Day, and we put together a few resources to help you get started. For a quick list of suggested activities, visit the About World Food Day section. Also please let us know what you are planning to do in celebration of World Food Day.
Promotional Bulletin Insert
Spread the word about World Food Day by printing off and including inserts in your church bulletin two to three weeks before World Food Day. Download the bulletin.
World Food Day Bulletin Insert
The World Food Day insert can be included in your church bulletin the Sunday before World Food Day. It includes stats, background info on food and hunger issues, and suggested prayer points. Download the bulletin.
This is a guide to help facilitate a discussion as you gather on World Food Day, or on another occasion, to share a meal with your family or small group. It includes Scripture readings, background info on food and hunger issues, discussion and reflection questions and suggested prayer focus.Download the discussion guide.
Set your table with a placement that includes info on food and hunger issues and stimulates discussion around your table. Download the placemat.
This children's lesson is a guide to facilitate a meaningful and fun time surrounding food and hunger issues. Download the children's lesson plan.
What is World Food Day?
Leith Anderson, NAE President, shares why World Food Day is important and how to get involved. View the video.
Prayer for World Food Day
Leith Anderson, NAE President, offers greetings and a prayer for people as they gather to celebrate World Food Day. View the video.
Loving the Least of These
Evangelical Environmental Network
Bread for the World
Bread for the World
Southern Baptist Convention
World Food Programme
Desmond Tutu on World Food Day (Oxfam)
Dried Up, Drowned Out (Tearfund)
This is Our Earth (Salvation Army UK)
- Read "When Helping Hurts" by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert.
- Consider a career in teaching. Contact Teach for America for information on non-traditional paths to becoming a teacher.
- Join the Micah Challenge to encourage the United States and other countries to adopt policies that will cut extreme poverty in half by 2015.
- Support the USAID initiative "Every Child Deserves a Fifth Birthday" and post your picture!